Murray, DLF's QB3, is now found above Jackson on some rankers lists though Jackson still holds a slim margin lead as the QB2. Jackson shot up rankings lists in 2019, primarily due to his 1,206 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns, production he won't match in 2020. In comparison, Murray has now produced 604 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns in 2020, on pace to potentially out-produce Jackson's incredible 2019 statistical output. The question remains as to whether Murray will suffer the same regression in 2021 but thus far through ten games of 2020, he's showing greater passing efficiency and production than has Jackson but the race is close. Working to his benefit is the impressive receiver stable of the Cardinals with DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald operating as the starters in three-wide sets. The Ravens continue to struggle at the position.